Ebola On NBAA Agenda

Ebola On NBAA Agenda »

The National Business Aviation Association is dealing head-on with the business aviation implications of the spread of Ebola. The organization, which opens its annual convention Tuesday in Orlando, has added a "pop-up education session" entitled Best Practices: Ebola and Business Aviation. More

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X-37B Lands After 674 Days In Orbit »

The X-37B unmanned space plane landed at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California Friday. The awkward looking machine glided to an uneventful landing at 9:34 a.m. local time. More

RC Model Rules Reinstated »

As suddenly as it cancelled the rule, the FAA has reinstated Advisory Circular 91-57, the Model Aircraft Operating Standards that have guided radio control aircraft operators since 1981. As we... More

TSA Administrator Pistole To Retire »

TSA Administrator John Pistole has announced his intention to retire at the end of the year for a job at Anderson University. Pistole, with a little more than four years in the top TSA job, is the... More

Mitsubishi To Roll Out New Regional Jet »

Tomorrow, Mitsubishi Aircraft will roll its entry into the world’s regional jet competition, the MRJ—Japan's first commercial airliner in more than 50 years. More

Marines: We’ll Deploy F-35 On Time »

The U.S. Marine Corps announced that it is determined to meet its goal of having its first squadron of 10 Lockheed Martin F-35 fighters ready for combat in July 2015. More

New This Week »

AVweb's weekly review of what is happening in aviation uncovered news of an invitation to fly in and help out with Bahamas Habitat, a record-setting third quarter for Embraer, a collaboration in... More

Ebola Patient Jet Made More Flights »

Despite Frontier Airlines stating that it grounded the jet that carried a Dallas nurse diagnosed with Ebola immediately after it was notified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it... More



It Wasn't Remarkable

It Wasn't Remarkable »

The aircraft involved was a 1973 Cessna T210L. It had a current annual inspection, was ADS-B compliant, had a GPS approved for IFR operations and the database for the avionics was found to be current. The aircraft was not approved for flight into... More


Making IMC Transitions

Making IMC Transitions »

Mark Twain once said, "If you hold a cat by the tail, you learn things you cannot learn any other way." That's also true of flying a Cat I ILS to minimums. No amount of training, except maybe in the best simulators, prepares you for what it's like... More

Short Final:

Short Final »

One day at Spangdahlem Air Base (Germany GCA), I was working a couple of F-16s. One was on the go for his last approach. ... Me: "Callsign, reset transponder, squawk XXXX, and ident." ... Pilot: "Roger. XXXX on the flash." ... Me: "Callsign, radar contact." ... [after a moment] Me: "Callsign, your ident feature appears stuck." ... Pilot: "Roger." ... [pause] ... Pilot: "How about now?" ... Me: "Negative. Still flashing." ... Pilot: "O.K. Stand by." ... [still keyed - I can hear loud banging... More


Press Releases

Seattle Company Launches GPS Emulator Based on Garmin Navigator

Seattle company is first to market with its FAA approved Garmin(R) GTN(TM) series emulator, used for pilot training.

Textron Aviation to open expanded Paris service center to serve Beechcraft, Cessna, Hawker customers

Textron Aviation, a Textron Inc. company, today announced it will open a larger, state-of-the-art service center at Paris-Le Bourget Airport, making maintenance and modification work even more convenient for Europe's Beechcraft, Cessna and Hawker owners.

Sajet Solutions Takes Over Management of Beyond and Above Training Programs

Florida-based business aviation training company sajet solutions, inc. has taken over the complete operational management of corporate flight attendant training company Beyond and Above Training and introducing customized training programs on-site to clients through its bespoke @site option.